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What is a work's theme? A. Is absolute B. can be interpreted by differently by different readers C. is always implied D. is usually state in the title I would pick B or D but im not sure what a work theme even is

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    The word "work" here just means any kind of literature -- could be a poem, a short story, a play, a novel ...

    Think of a theme as the hidden message the author wants his/her readers to understand. (There may be more than one.)
    http://www.tnellen.com/cybereng/lit_terms/theme.html

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    so it could be B

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    Yes, I'd definitely say B.

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    wow thank you i understood what you posted so thank you again

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    You're welcome!

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